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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tain : she has sotihing of the coquet in her; for she Hfls with many, and seldom loves, one. Air. Kents has certainly not perfected any thinr yet bio ito n- 'he pouwer, we think-, Vvhthi l t;irhi and it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a:teip llodook, of .Ahmord15ouse -. : ' r - ' , ' .- On ThftsraTy, thB Rlev. ltichaediisoard, of hlotiserhama, Kents tn gilbghu sister of John !onesPEsq.of 1 ort 2qt esCc, LoPJane~iu HaTlfsor sq. olf ~imdilty, to m:Miat~lilda irly d~ogtr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only botces of which the government can dispose without calling the Chambers together. It can call up the seven contin- Kents which have been voted, and raise an army of 560,000 "le", or 400,000, deducting tile losses experienced since 1833c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF HOPS.. The present prices ranae, for S238's, Sussex, 90s, to 11s.; Kents, 105s.hto Ih~s.; prime ditto, 130s. to 150I IS39s, Susisx, SZ. tOS., 74., to S0.; Kents, 71. 7S., S1. as:, to 91. Os.; prime ditto, 101., 121., to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto, Kent, n1. 7s., 8L. So., to 9L ]s.; New Sussex Wealders. 61., 91., to 121.; choice East and Mid. Kents, Goldings, and Faruhams, 141., 1St., to 231. SMITHFIELD MARKETS, FRIDAY. Prices per Stone. At Market. Beef 6d to Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Wilbraham Economic history

    a.) to the north, 54 King was therefore working up to 600 a. c . 1860. A branch of the Kents had farmed Six Mile Bottom , later Station, farm, at the south-east end, 55 for a century before 1850.

    Chippenham Economic history Chippenham c. 1544 (excluding Badlingham)

    . 650 a., and was rented in succession by two families, the Reynolds family c . 1780-1835 , and the Kents c . 1836-1922 . 40 One of the other farms bordering upon the heathland was also held by members

    Parishes Great and Little Abington

    extra farmstead in the fields, called New Barns . Between 1850 and 1900 it was farmed by its owners, the Kents . The smaller glebe and college properties in the middle of the parish were consolidated after their absorption into


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